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Google debuts Dart, a JavaScript alternative

Net giant details a new programming language for Web apps big and small, but stops well short of a 2010 internal memo that said it's designed to "replace JavaScript."

By October 10, 2011


Google+ API launches today

Online sharing gets a big shot in the arm from newly released APIs for Google+.

By September 15, 2011


Google's post-JavaScript Web plan raises hackles

With its Dart language, Google hopes to overcome problems with the widely used JavaScript. But some dislike Google's secretive development style.

By September 13, 2011


Angry Birds flying to the Web

Rovio's popular mobile game can now be played on a Web browser, with some special levels available only for Chrome users.

By May 11, 2011


Google I/O day 2: Chrome and the Web (live blog)

The second day of Google's developer conference focuses chiefly on Google's browser and Web-programming initiatives, along with the Chrome OS and Chromebooks from Samsung and Acer.

By May 11, 2011


Sencha's Web-app tools reach mobile browsers

Web programmers who want to span multiple mobile browsers can with Sencha Touch 1.0, available today for free. It's WebKit-only for now, though.

By November 15, 2010


Google I/O: Day 1 (live blog)

This is the place for live coverage of Google's Day 1 keynote address at Google I/O, starting Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. PDT.

By May 19, 2010


A modern approach to Java application development

Java remains a powerhouse tool for application development, but developers need to take advantage of new design principles to get the most from their applications.

By December 21, 2009


New Google Web Toolkit reveals Web-app speed

Web performance monitoring gets a boost with Google Web Toolkit 2.0. Some parts of Google have other ideas about high-performance JavaScript, though.

By December 9, 2009


Google offers JavaScript programming tools

In a new step to make the Web a more powerful foundation for programs, Google is releasing Closure Tools that it says produce faster, better code.

By November 5, 2009